The development and progress of distance education through online technologies has grown over the past ten years. Though community colleges across the United States have seen the largest increase, are its faculty members prepared to teach online? The following study examines strategies administrators may use to tram faculty who teach online courses at the community college level.
Batts, D., Pagliari, L., Mallett, W., McFadden, C. (2010). Training for faculty who teach online. Community College Enterprise, 16, 21-31.
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|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|In Publication||The Community College Enterprise|
|Type of Research||Quantitative|
|Research Design||Survey research (qualitative or quantitative)|
|Intervention/Areas of Study||Faculty and professional development and/or training|
|Level of Analysis||Instructor-level|
|Specific Populations Examined||Faculty, teachers, instructors, or staff|
|Specific Institutional Characteristics of Interest|
|Specific Course or Program Characteristics|
|Outcome Variables of Interest||Instructional effectiveness|
|Student Sample Size||100-199|